Grateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1991-08-16
Jack Straw, Bertha, It's All Over Now, Ramble On Rose, Desolation Row, Dark Star-> Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias-> Victim Or The Crime-> Fire On The Mountain-> Truckin'-> Drums-> Jam-> Playin' In The Band Reprise-> Standing On the Moon-> Good Lovin', E: U.S. Blues
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Shoreline AmphitheatreLocation Mountain View, CASource SoundboardTransferred by nickc
Thanks to Nick many of my DAT Masters and clones recorded using my mics and gear
will now be share
Admin note - was initially stated to be an audience master, later retracted and clarified to be a sbd.
Tidewater four ten O nine
October 15, 2012
It's really annoying...pt 2
Before me, two people (realistically) give this show 5 stars. One person gives it 1 star just 'cos it's not labelled to his liking. That makes it a 1 star show? Now that's really annoying - f***in' idiot !
Call me a sheep, but I'll go with the majority.
July 15, 2011
It's really annoying...
...when you don't label the categories on your streams. It makes it a real pain for people to sort the tracks on the program they're using.
March 10, 2011
An AUD. ?
I am not a taper, but this sounds like a SBD. The most full and dynamic source we have of this show, but it is a SBD- which is not a complaint t'all.
Love this one for the opening trio of frame 2 and the PITB reprise which starts about 12' into Space. USB is darn good too. The magic moment is the transition between VOTC into Fire. Ethereal magic. One of the latest shows (10-31-91 being the last) I regularly listen too.
Here is a breakdown of the 2nd set opening trio. Scarlet begins energetically and builds in confidence. Everyone playing around the one and it's a pleasure cruise. Garcia's jam @ 3' is gorgeous. Listen to Bobby's subtle hint of Victim @ 5' and the band slowly turn from Fire into a mesmerizing path to Victim.
And what a Victim. For me the best. If Bobby's mic didn't blink out for a second it would be perfect. Heavy tribal drumming and those angular twisted chords open to a great vocal reading by Bobby. Phil has a Bomb @5:27. By about the 6' mark Garcia is in full control and you want him to be. Short, but what an ethereal trip. Check out 7:20'. God, I love this stuff.
The transition to Fire is short and the boys are still cookin' with gas. No wallflowers on stage tonight. Phil and Bruce got something going at the beginning of Fire and Garcia belly's right up to the bar, and says here we go. I like Vince's backup vocals on Fire. Just great jamming @ 5' mark. Hornsby starts a short solo @ 7'. Bobby tries to take a little solo and Garcia grabs the lead back. Outta my way! I'm on Fire! They close down shop as sweet as you please.
Please enjoy responsibly.
Mike Z 1974
January 19, 2011
Re: Track 18
Track 18 is the First Set of 5-12-91 Cal Expo (aud?).
SBD 8-16-91 Awesome Sound.